2017-18 Sculpture Tour, Recycling Christmas trees and boxes; City Events: Cupid’s Chase 5K & Fun Run – Feb. 4; Holiday Closings – Jan 2 and 16; Protect Pipes; Best of Georgetown, Texas Winners; City Events: Art Exhibit, Live Music at the Library
City Civic Campus breaks ground, Georgetown Animal Shelter: Live Outcomes at 95 percent; City Events: Cupid’s Chase 5K & Fun Run- Feb. 3, Real Estate Agent Workshop-Feb. 15; Irrigation Systems, 2017 Employee Awards, Family place library designation; City Events: 9th annual Georgetown Swirl, Chase the Chief 5K and Fun Run
Randalls opens first Georgetown location, Utility payment scams; City Events: Georgetown Swirl on March 3; Bulky waste pickup, Red Poppy Festival poster art selected; City Events: Chase the Chief 5K and Fun Run, Eggstravaganza
*In the printed March 2018 Reporter, the prices for bulky waste pickup were incorrectly listed. The Freon removing and handling fee is $45, and those living outside the city limits pay $28 per cubic yard for solid waste removal. The prices have been updated in the online version.
Holt Cat breaks ground on Georgetown location, Red Poppy Festival, Zero Waste Event; City Events: City Council election; Spring irrigation tune-up; City Events: Art exhibits at the library, Live Music at the Library, Earth Day program focuses on monarch butterflies
City begins comprehensive plan update; City Events: City Council election, Sunset Movie Series – ‘Coco,’ Library, Assistance League of Georgetown Area fundraiser; Call 811 before you dig, How to find us on social media, Water Conservation Reminder; City Events: Water Safety Day, Memorial Day, Preservation Month
Protect aquatic life, lawn irrigation; City Events: Dive-in Movie – ‘Moana’; Georgetown Animal Shelter free spay/neuter clinic for cats; City Events: ‘Ebb and Flow: 50 years of Painting and Drawing,’ Adult Summer Reading at the Library, Music on the Square
Georgetown Public Library wins National Medal, Independence Day holiday, Hot tips to keep cool; City Events: Music on the Square; Preventive street maintenance types, Sprinkler system checkup; City Events: Sertoma July 4 Celebration, ‘The Sandlot’ screening
Garey Park opens after grand opening celebration; Georgetown Utility Systems launches new billing system; City Events: Music on the Square; Summer watering, Yard trimming pickups; City Events: ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ screening, City staff art exhibit
2030 Plan update survey, Sales tax election; City Events: Labor Day, K-9 Kerplunk; Best of Georgetown, TX, #Picktwo for lawn watering, Health and Wellness Expo; City Events: Texas Society of Sculptors annual show
City celebrates opening of Southwest Bypass, Look, listen and learn this Fire Prevention Week, Two-day per week watering schedule in place; Sales tax election, On the Table Georgetown; City Events: National Night Out, Screening of ‘Get Out,’ Halloween Festival, Art Hop XI
Responding to growth, Thanksgiving holiday, San Gabriel Park Phase 1 complete, Phase 2 begins; Red Poppy Artwork, Daylight saving time ends, Rivery Boulevard extension breaks ground, #TurnItOff! Don’t water down Georgetown; City Events: Best of Georgetown, TX, Community Thanksgiving, Lighting of the Square, Be a hero! Shop Small!
City boards and commissions, Sign up for emergency alerts, Collectible Christmas Ornament, Irrigation Systems seasonal check; City Events: Blue Santa, Christmas party; New sculptures installed throughout town, Art at the Library; City Events: Christmas Stroll, Youth Fishing Derby, Adultish Craft Crawl, Swim with Santa, Breakfast with Santa